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Shawn Camp: Alight in the Darkness
Shawn Camp's new show at Northern-Southern breathes in the Aphotic Zone
Arts Story  August 6, 2015, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"..."The first pieces were really literal," recalls Camp, whose newest exhibition, "Aphotic Zone," is now on display at Northern-Southern Gallery. "I was using photographs that I'd taken, kind of compiling them together to some degree, and even including cars and roads and buildings..."

Artist Shawn Camp Offers a Hint of Light in the Darkness
New exhibition at Northern-Southern breathes in the Aphotic Zone
DAILY Arts  July 29, 2015, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"..."The first pieces were really literal," recalls Camp, whose newest exhibition, Aphotic Zone, opens this Friday night at Northern-Southern Gallery. "I was using photographs that I’d taken, kind of compiling them together to some degree, and even including cars and roads and buildings..."

Letters Like You've Never Seen Before
Northern-Southern Gallery goes graphically abecedarian
DAILY Arts  June 26, 2014, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...My friend Bill Cotter, the author of the terrific novels Fever Chart and The Parallel Apartments, is also a dealer in rare books: An essay he wrote about that occupation was recently awarded a Pushcart prize. The man's professional bibliomongering is why, when I was scoping out the works on display at Northern-Southern Gallery's current "Letters" exhibition, I thought of him..."

Five Things to Do in Austin This Weekend
Because you can't just get baked & eat breakfast tacos 24/7, right?
DAILY Arts  May 19, 2017, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...But how can we not pimp it here? We love those John-Pauls, and not just because we work with Mark John-Paul on a daily basis. And not just because their frontman, that Phillip Niemeyer, runs the remarkable Northern-Southern Gallery whose exhibitions have sometimes knocked us sideways with beauty..."

Everybody Wants a Few Good Dates
Two paper-based calendars for this year's stream of days and nights
DAILY Design  January 16, 2014, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...First, from right here in the ATX, the wall-poster calendar from Philip Niemeyer's Northern-Southern Gallery. It's a gorgeously designed single-sheet, the perfect adornment for a favored vertical surface, sure to appeal to those enamored of 1) chromatic beauty and 2) graphic minimalism..."

"Alyssa Taylor Wendt: Compartments of Desire"
Personal strength, theatrical animism, and sexual dynamics dominate this exhibition
Arts Review  January 7, 2016, by Seth Orion Schwaiger
"...It's been a strong year for Alyssa Taylor Wendt. The artist's mysterious work was seen throughout 2015, in individual pieces or small groups at Northern-Southern Gallery, POP Austin, Art Alliance's Artbash, Co-Lab Projects screenings, and her studios during the East Austin Studio Tour..."

Top 10 Arts-Related Program Activities of 2015
The most memorable art of 2015 carved strange and brilliant new spaces out of familiar ones
Arts Story  December 31, 2015, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...W&TW's entire gallery was turned over to this talented Hammonds, who used it to reconstruct – with wall-sized drawings, with video projections, with complex sculpture in the center of the space – what happened to the structure of her childhood home (and the subsequent structure of her memories) when that building burned down a week after her 15th birthday. 6) NONOTAK (POP Austin: Illumination)..."

ACL Interview: Dynamites feat. Charles Walker
Nashville Northern soul combo’s epic journey
DAILY Music  October 11, 2013, by Greg Beets
"...AC: Charles, I read you owned an art gallery in New York for many years. How did that interest develop?..."

Calendar Listings
  June 9, 1995
"...AMDUR GALLERY, 307 E. Fifth, 476-8960..."

Written in Stone
History of racism lives on in UT monuments
News Story  May 28, 2015, by Mac McCann
"...A complete photo gallery of the UT monuments honoring these men and one woman is posted online at austinchronicle.com/photos...."

An Altar-nate View
Liven up the boo-ring Halloween season with Día de los Muertos celebrations
Food Story  October 29, 2010, by Claudia Alarcón
"...Kate Heyhoe's Dreams of the Dead skulls: Available at Mexic-Arte, Authenticity Gallery (910 Congress, 478-2787), and Yard Dog Gallery (1510 S. Congress, 912-1613)...."

The Long Drive South
Art or anthropology? Volitant Gallery's 'The Long Drive South,' featuring work by New York artists who motored down to Austin, may be a revealing discussion on both
Arts Review  September 1, 2006, by Nikki Moore
"...Volitant Gallery, through Sept. 25..."

Framing the Border
Photography of the Region Between Mexico and the U.S.
Arts Story  May 1, 1998, by Rebecca S. Cohen
"...Snapshot of a moment in the cultural life of Central Texas. On a sunny Thursday morning in a gallery in Austin's Uptown Cultural District, a handful of people who all share a passion for photography and for the region encompassing Mexico and the southwestern United States gather round a table for a conversation..."

Vision of a New Republic
Plans for the Revitalization of Republic Square
News Story  July 13, 2001, by Chale Nafus
"...Indeed, the site's proximity to the Austin Museum of Art could create a number of performance opportunities: indoor and outdoor music, film, art, and lectures. The Art and Technology Gallery of AMOA will contain some exhibits that can be seen from the park..."

Music Reviews
Music Review  November 3, 1995
"...Seldom does his voice crack to reveal its vulnerable heart, as on "Taste of the Sun." Producer Paul Leary, meanwhile, has once again expertly separated the electric from acoustic, and the fat timber metal riffs from the rats-maze snaky leads that slither in the background (John Hagan's cello on "Head" makes the song), creating a neat, clean background on which Kirkwood could have easily painted one of his masterpieces. But, alas, the master brought only dull browns to the canvas, and the result is a lesser work meant for the basement and not the gallery..."

Meet Chet O'Keefe
Kinky Friedman & Nanci Griffith can vouch for the new local
DAILY Music  January 30, 2014, by William Harries Graham
"...After Strange Brew on Sundays in February, O’Keefe moves to Poodie’s on Thursdays in March. One other Sunday recommendation, for this week only: my father Jon Dee Graham and Scrappy Jud Newcomb put on their annual Super Bowl acoustic show at the Continental Club Gallery this weekend..."

'Imperial Augsburg: Renaissance Prints and Drawings, 1475-1540'
A traveling exhibition of prints places Augsburg at the center of artistic innovation
Arts Review  November 15, 2013, by Andy Campbell
"...That seems to be the imperative emanating from "Imperial Augsburg: Renaissance Prints and Drawings, 1475-1540" at the Blanton Museum of Art. This exhibition, which originated at the National Gallery of Art and features graphic work made roughly between the first updrafts of the Italian Renaissance and the post-traumatic turmoil of the Reformation, maps a particularly productive time in the history of the southern Bavarian city of Augsburg, which is perpetually playing handmaiden to better-known Nuremberg in histories of Renaissance art..."

Senate Redistricting Chops Up Travis County
Austin split four ways in proposed map
DAILY News  May 11, 2011, by Lee Nichols
"...The visible one zooms in on Travis County, as well as Bastrop County, which would be pulled into Watson's District 14. If you click on that map, it opens up an image gallery – roll your mouse over the right side of the image until an arrow appears, click on it, and you'll see the statewide map..."

The First Time
Austin artists reveal the intimate details of how they got their muse on
Arts Story  July 17, 2009, by Robert Faires
"...Works by Theis will be on display July 23-Sept. 5 at D Berman Gallery, 1701 Guadalupe. Anuradha Naimpally..."

Day Trips
Tyler, Texas' own City of Roses.
Columns  October 8, 1999, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Kerrville Art Club Starving Artist's Show & Sale fills the Duncan-McAshan Visual Arts Center Gallery in Ingram, Oct. 12-24..."

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